TRIATHLON & TIME BIKES 

Triathlon and TT Bikes: Championship Proven.

Jim Felt got his start as a triathlete in the 1980's. Paula Newby-Fraser won Kona on the first frame Jim Felt built in 1991. Since then Felt aerodynamic bikes have won at Kona again and again. Felt aero bikes were ridden to wins at the UCI World Championships, Olympic Time Trial and Olympic Triathlon. No one else shares this legacy, this history, this many wins. No one. Felt engineering and race results prove our commitment to performance. Felt makes more aerodynamic bike models than anyone. From entry level to mid and category leading models, Felt owns aero bikes.

DA Series

World's fastest, most adept real-world Tri/TT design

Proprietary carbon fiber construction and Bayonet system

World Championship and Olympic Gold proven

 

What people are saying /

"Super fast and perfectly equipped: The AR frame stands its position against well known rivals and still is one of the best aerodynamic models on the market."

Tour magazine 

B Series

Advanced CFD engineered and Wind Tunnel developed

DA-design influence including frame and tube shapes

Proprietary carbon fiber construction

 

What people are saying /

"It’s light and lively over broken road surfaces, but stiff and stable enough to handle the stresses when you throw down the power."

Bike Radar - 2013

S Series

Felt-proven Tri/TT design, technology and construction

Proprietary hydro-formed aluminum aero tubing

Authentic Tri/TT component spec and set-up

 

What people are saying /

"...built to race specifications, but its relaxed geometry delivers the forgiving characteristics of a do-anything, go-anywhere bike."

cyclepresse - March 2013

AR Series

Felt's legendary aerodynamic frame engineering

Long distance comfort and last kilometer stiffness

Variable Geometry Seatpost for full range of positions

 

What people are saying /

"Super fast and perfectly equipped: The AR frame stands its position against well known rivals and still is one of the best aerodynamic models on the market."

Tour magazine